Wichita State’s Anton Grady ‘out indefinitely’

The Wichita State Shockers had a pretty scary experience at one of their games a little more than a week ago. Forward Anton Grady went down after a hard foul and never really got back up.

Grady was then stretchered off the court and rushed to a nearby hospital. He hasn’t played for the Shockers since and after being diagnosed with a spinal concussion, CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported via head coach Gregg Marshall that Grady would be out for an unspecified amount of time.

Wichita State's Anton Grady (spinal concussion) is out indefinitely, Gregg Marshall told @CBSSports.

— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) December 2, 2015

Fortunately for the Shockers, Grady is walking around without the help of crutches and has been attending practice, but not participating. So far this season, Grady has averaged nine points and six rebounds per game.

The Shockers will certainly miss his presence as he recovers. Campus Sports would like to send its well wishes to Grady on his road to recovery.

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